Memory Care & Dementia Care in New Hampshire | The Arbors of Bedford
Arbors of Bedford in Bedford, NH
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Living room with piano at Arbors of Bedford
The Region’s Finest Memory Care Assisted Living
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Aside the Merrimack, Surrounded By Natural Beauty
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Collaboration With Harvard Medical School And Brigham & Women’s Hospital
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LCB’s Kelly McCarthy Wrote the Book On Dementia.

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New England’s Finest Memory Care Assisted Living Community

Welcome

The Arbors of Bedford is the area’s premier residence for people at every stage of Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments, serving New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts.  We are nestled in the pines along the Merrimack River, in the heart of an American Bald Eagle sanctuary.  This quiet, natural setting is a wonderful therapeutic benefit to our residents, creating a perfect backdrop for a healthy and happy lifestyle.  Clinically sophisticated while warm and inviting, The Arbors of Bedford is the furthest thing from a nursing home.

Our Reflections Memory Care is renowned for its “Four Pillars of Engagement ” approach, and benefits from our partnership with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Serving Bedford, Manchester, Portsmouth, and other fine communites

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News & Events

Our Latest Blog Entry:

A Closer Look at Vascular Dementia

While there are many serious health issues that pose risks to the senior and elderly population, strokes remain the leading cause of long-term disability in the US. Almost 800,000 people each year suffer a stroke in this country, with nearly 75% of those stricken over 65. When not immediately fatal, strokes are often the culprit behind […]

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Arbors resident Cay has the most infectious smile! Did you know that seeing someone smile actually releases dopamine in the brain causing positive changes to its chemistry? Share your pearly whites! #SeniorLiving #SmilingIsGoodForYourHealth

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